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Re: DocuSign

Vicki W
 


That may have been my problem as well, not the site, but the form the person wrote. That certainly would explain why it was fairly easy the first few times three years ago and quite difficult the few times I've had to use it in the last couple of months.
 
Vicki
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Missa
Sent: Friday, August 13, 2021 6:45 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] DocuSign

I had to use it a few times to do something for school and have had no problems. The only thing is the form navigation sometimes takes a bit to get used to… But that is the fault  of the person who writes the form. my school created a video to help you fill out the form and I was able to use that to navigate and fill in the form when I did it.

Melissa

On Aug 13, 2021, at 4:18 AM, heather albright <kd5cbl@...> wrote:



Hello, I have to sign a contract using DocuSign. I could not get any accessibility help off their site and the idiots did not answer my question about weather  or not it worked with assistive technology. So my question is has anyone used this DocuSign to sign or fill out contracts? Their tech  support is much to be desired. Thanks Heather

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Re: DocuSign

 

I had to use it a few times to do something for school and have had no problems. The only thing is the form navigation sometimes takes a bit to get used to… But that is the fault  of the person who writes the form. my school created a video to help you fill out the form and I was able to use that to navigate and fill in the form when I did it.

Melissa

On Aug 13, 2021, at 4:18 AM, heather albright <kd5cbl@...> wrote:



Hello, I have to sign a contract using DocuSign. I could not get any accessibility help off their site and the idiots did not answer my question about weather  or not it worked with assistive technology. So my question is has anyone used this DocuSign to sign or fill out contracts? Their tech  support is much to be desired. Thanks Heather

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 


Re: DocuSign

Vicki W
 


I've used it a few times, once for a real-estate purchase and again for income tax. The first time, three years ago, it wasn't too bad, but last year with our taxes was very difficult. I think I ended up having my husband finish my signatures because I simply couldn't access that area.
 
Vicki
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, August 13, 2021 2:18 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] DocuSign

Hello, I have to sign a contract using DocuSign. I could not get any accessibility help off their site and the idiots did not answer my question about weather  or not it worked with assistive technology. So my question is has anyone used this DocuSign to sign or fill out contracts? Their tech  support is much to be desired. Thanks Heather

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 


Re: DocuSign

Ekstrand, Pamela A. -ND
 

Hi Heather,

 

We have found it to be very accessible.  As I recall, there is a button or link to tell it to enable accessibility, but after that it has worked well.  We haven’t used it extensively for a couple of years, but my husband did get a document that he needed to sign that way a few days ago, and that worked fine.

 

Pam

 

 

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of heather albright via groups.io
Sent: Friday, August 13, 2021 5:18 AM
To: TechTalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] DocuSign

 

Hello, I have to sign a contract using DocuSign. I could not get any accessibility help off their site and the idiots did not answer my question about weather  or not it worked with assistive technology. So my question is has anyone used this DocuSign to sign or fill out contracts? Their tech  support is much to be desired. Thanks Heather

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 


Re: DocuSign

Ann Parsons
 

Hi all,

I don't use a program like that. I simply have a .tif file of my signature which I insert where needed. It's so much simpler. Next time you have sighted help, sign a blank piece of paper, scan it and save it as a .tif file. Voila!

Ann P.


Original message:

Heather, if the document in question is properly formatted, signing it via
DocuSign is quite easy and, yes, it does work with assistive technology.
It's the only way whereby I sign documents presently, beats having to find a
pair of eyes to help me.
Sincerely,
Olusegun
Denver, Colorado


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Re: NLS Braille display question

Ann Parsons
 

Hi all,

They should. I don't have one of the beta units, but from everything I've heard, bookshare books should work just fine. Of course you will have to unzip them.

Ann P.


Original message:

Hi,
Does anyone know if Bookshare DAISY books will work with the NLS Braille display?
Thanks.
Vicki
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Re: DocuSign

Olusegun -- Victory Associates LTD, Inc.
 

Heather, if the document in question is properly formatted, signing it via
DocuSign is quite easy and, yes, it does work with assistive technology.
It's the only way whereby I sign documents presently, beats having to find a
pair of eyes to help me.

Sincerely,
Olusegun
Denver, Colorado


DocuSign

heather albright
 

Hello, I have to sign a contract using DocuSign. I could not get any accessibility help off their site and the idiots did not answer my question about weather  or not it worked with assistive technology. So my question is has anyone used this DocuSign to sign or fill out contracts? Their tech  support is much to be desired. Thanks Heather

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 


Re: Thunderbird Issue

Shelly Kane
 

Thank you all for your help while I was dealing with this email issue.  Everything is working perfectly.  Although, I didn't know that when you changed to iMap, when you delete something on your phone, it's gone on the computer.  I'm glad for that feature but I deleted a lot of stuff and now I have to move it back to my in box because I was keeping those things.  I really like how this works and I'm very grateful that you all suggested this.  Thanks again and regarding the compacting folders, I'm glad it doesn't do that anymore.  I used to have to hit cancel every time it came up.

Shelly

On 8/12/2021 7:42 AM, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Hi Shelly,

The compacting feaqture is not necessary. I have mine turned off under general settings. You don't need that unless Thunderbird detects you are running out of disk space. Actually, I have seen it even with large disk  capacity hard drives, so I am not really sure what triggers it.


On 8/12/2021 3:02 AM, Shelly Kane wrote:
Ron:


Yes, after I read your email, I tried accessing the account settings again and I pressed Insert Z and everything worked fine. I do have one question, since I'm now using an iMap account, whenever I delete my messages from Thunderbird, I'm not getting that dialogue box about compacting folders.  Is that OK?

Shelly

On 8/10/2021 9:25 AM, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Hi Shelly,

Can you access your account settings at all? If not, did you try turning off the virtual PC cursor in JAWS with insert + Z and then trying to navigate with up/down arrow keys in the tree view and/or tab and shift tab with the tab keys?  do you have the proper port settings for your account?
For incoming mail the port setting is 995 and for outgoing the port setting is 465.

for security the connection security is SSL/TLS     and authentication method is normal password.

If you cannot access these settings with JAWS you will need sighted help to set these ports and security settings correctly.



On 8/10/2021 5:32 AM, Shelly Kane wrote:
    Hi Group:


I thought I would post this here to see if different opinions come in.  On Wednesday, I changed my gmail password because it hasn't been done in 8 years and thought it was time.  After I changed it, I was able to receive mail but then I couldn't send it.  I put in the password but it kept rejecting it so I went in to account settings and something got screwed up when I did that because now I can send mail but I can't receive it.  I can get it on my phone and go to the website but it's not downloading into my inbox in Thunderbird.  What happens when I open Thunderbird, it does nothing and then a few minutes later, it says the pop3 server has timed out.  I'm in the view window where I could go to the different boxes.  Jaws doesn't speak while I'm in account settings so I don't know if I hit something accidentally or not.  If someone can offer any assistance on how to get my mail coming back into Thunderbird, I would greatly appreciate it.  Simple instructions please! Thanks in advance.

Shelly









Re: Scripting Help Please

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 

Hi again All,
 
I've got an update to my query.  I just found that the line I'm using for my, Find string, actually removes almost all of both lines except for the difference of the numbers at the beginning of each line.
 
One line begins with only 2 digits and the percent symbol, i.e,,  83%
 
The other line uses 3 digits,, a decimal point and the percent symbol, i.e,,  50.4%
 
Wel the only characters that aren't removed are the, 50, 5 & 0, from the beginning of the 2nd line.
 
So, I'm assuming only the first few characters of the, Find string, would need to be changed, but I just can't figure out what to replace whith what.  Thanks much.
 
 
Stay safe & take care.  Mike.
Just once, I want a username and password prompt to say:  "Close Enough!"
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Mike B.
Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2021 6:10 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Scripting Help Please

Hi All,
 
Would someone please help me with a Find and Replace scripting problem?  I don't know didley squat about scripting or using special characters in Find and Replace in Word.  I'm currently using the, Find, string below in word,
 
([0-9]{1,}%)*^13
 
to remove the line of text below,
 
83% of FunTrivia players have answered this question correctly in the past.
 
My question is, how or what needs to be changed / modified to the, Find string, so it removes the line of text above, but will also remove this line of text below from a different document?
 
50.4% of people have also gotten it wrong.
 
If a different find string needs to be used, for the second line of text I want to remove, what would that find string be?  Or, can the same find string be modified and used to remove both lines, but from separate documents?  All help is greatly appreciated and graciously accepted!
P.S.  I don't know how much work is necessary to do what I'm asking, so I'm willing to pay as well.  Thanks much.
 
 
 
Stay safe & take care.  Mike.
Just once, I want a username and password prompt to say:  "Close Enough!"
 


FYI:Speech Central now free for Blind

Loy
 

I discovered on     Top Tech Tips the "Speech Central" app for IOS today. I downloaded it and connected up with Bookshare and it seems to be the easiest app I've tried for reading bookshare books. It will read many other items as well. And it is Free.


NLS Braille display question

Vicki W
 

Hi,
 
Does anyone know if Bookshare DAISY books will work with the NLS Braille display?
 
Thanks.
 
Vicki
 


Scripting Help Please

Mike B. <mb69mach1@...>
 

Hi All,
 
Would someone please help me with a Find and Replace scripting problem?  I don't know didley squat about scripting or using special characters in Find and Replace in Word.  I'm currently using the, Find, string below in word,
 
([0-9]{1,}%)*^13
 
to remove the line of text below,
 
83% of FunTrivia players have answered this question correctly in the past.
 
My question is, how or what needs to be changed / modified to the, Find string, so it removes the line of text above, but will also remove this line of text below from a different document?
 
50.4% of people have also gotten it wrong.
 
If a different find string needs to be used, for the second line of text I want to remove, what would that find string be?  Or, can the same find string be modified and used to remove both lines, but from separate documents?  All help is greatly appreciated and graciously accepted!
P.S.  I don't know how much work is necessary to do what I'm asking, so I'm willing to pay as well.  Thanks much.
 
 
 
Stay safe & take care.  Mike.
Just once, I want a username and password prompt to say:  "Close Enough!"
 


Windows 7 question

Madison Martin
 

Hi all,
Using Windows 7 how do I check to see if Bluetooth is turned on? Using latest
version of Jaws. Thanks Madison


Re: Facebook Issue

Abbie Taylor
 

On the Mobile Facebook site, click the link that says switch to the basic mobile site. Then, you should find, at the bottom of the page, a link that says report a problem. The best way to find it is to use your screen readers search feature. I’m pretty sure that is how I did it a while back. I hope that helps.
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Re: Thunderbird Issue

Gene
 

I forgot to include the link:
 
Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Gene
Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2021 11:29 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Thunderbird Issue
 
This is a discussion in a thunderbird forum.  I am not saying the information is correct, or what part of it is.  But it does give grounds to think that compacting is a good idea with a IMAP account for reasons that have nothing to do with saving ddisk space on your machine. 
 
The forum doesn’t discuss how often compacting with an IMAP account may be advisable.
 
Gene
-----Original Message-----
Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2021 6:42 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Thunderbird Issue
 
Hi Shelly,

The compacting feaqture is not necessary. I have mine turned off under
general settings. You don't need that unless Thunderbird detects you are
running out of disk space. Actually, I have seen it even with large
disk  capacity hard drives, so I am not really sure what triggers it.


On 8/12/2021 3:02 AM, Shelly Kane wrote:
> Ron:
>
>
> Yes, after I read your email, I tried accessing the account settings
> again and I pressed Insert Z and everything worked fine. I do have one
> question, since I'm now using an iMap account, whenever I delete my
> messages from Thunderbird, I'm not getting that dialogue box about
> compacting folders.  Is that OK?
>
> Shelly
>
> On 8/10/2021 9:25 AM, Ron Canazzi wrote:
>> Hi Shelly,
>>
>> Can you access your account settings at all? If not, did you try
>> turning off the virtual PC cursor in JAWS with insert + Z and then
>> trying to navigate with up/down arrow keys in the tree view and/or
>> tab and shift tab with the tab keys?  do you have the proper port
>> settings for your account?
>> For incoming mail the port setting is 995 and for outgoing the port
>> setting is 465.
>>
>> for security the connection security is SSL/TLS     and
>> authentication method is normal password.
>>
>> If you cannot access these settings with JAWS you will need sighted
>> help to set these ports and security settings correctly.
>>
>>
>>
>> On 8/10/2021 5:32 AM, Shelly Kane wrote:
>>>     Hi Group:
>>>
>>>
>>> I thought I would post this here to see if different opinions come
>>> in.  On Wednesday, I changed my gmail password because it hasn't
>>> been done in 8 years and thought it was time.  After I changed it, I
>>> was able to receive mail but then I couldn't send it.  I put in the
>>> password but it kept rejecting it so I went in to account settings
>>> and something got screwed up when I did that because now I can send
>>> mail but I can't receive it.  I can get it on my phone and go to the
>>> website but it's not downloading into my inbox in Thunderbird.  What
>>> happens when I open Thunderbird, it does nothing and then a few
>>> minutes later, it says the pop3 server has timed out.  I'm in the
>>> view window where I could go to the different boxes.  Jaws doesn't
>>> speak while I'm in account settings so I don't know if I hit
>>> something accidentally or not.  If someone can offer any assistance
>>> on how to get my mail coming back into Thunderbird, I would greatly
>>> appreciate it.  Simple instructions please! Thanks in advance.
>>>
>>> Shelly
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>
>
>
>
>

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Re: Thunderbird Issue

Gene
 

This is a discussion in a thunderbird forum.  I am not saying the information is correct, or what part of it is.  But it does give grounds to think that compacting is a good idea with a IMAP account for reasons that have nothing to do with saving ddisk space on your machine. 
 
The forum doesn’t discuss how often compacting with an IMAP account may be advisable.
 
Gene

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2021 6:42 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Thunderbird Issue
 
Hi Shelly,

The compacting feaqture is not necessary. I have mine turned off under
general settings. You don't need that unless Thunderbird detects you are
running out of disk space. Actually, I have seen it even with large
disk  capacity hard drives, so I am not really sure what triggers it.


On 8/12/2021 3:02 AM, Shelly Kane wrote:
> Ron:
>
>
> Yes, after I read your email, I tried accessing the account settings
> again and I pressed Insert Z and everything worked fine. I do have one
> question, since I'm now using an iMap account, whenever I delete my
> messages from Thunderbird, I'm not getting that dialogue box about
> compacting folders.  Is that OK?
>
> Shelly
>
> On 8/10/2021 9:25 AM, Ron Canazzi wrote:
>> Hi Shelly,
>>
>> Can you access your account settings at all? If not, did you try
>> turning off the virtual PC cursor in JAWS with insert + Z and then
>> trying to navigate with up/down arrow keys in the tree view and/or
>> tab and shift tab with the tab keys?  do you have the proper port
>> settings for your account?
>> For incoming mail the port setting is 995 and for outgoing the port
>> setting is 465.
>>
>> for security the connection security is SSL/TLS     and
>> authentication method is normal password.
>>
>> If you cannot access these settings with JAWS you will need sighted
>> help to set these ports and security settings correctly.
>>
>>
>>
>> On 8/10/2021 5:32 AM, Shelly Kane wrote:
>>>     Hi Group:
>>>
>>>
>>> I thought I would post this here to see if different opinions come
>>> in.  On Wednesday, I changed my gmail password because it hasn't
>>> been done in 8 years and thought it was time.  After I changed it, I
>>> was able to receive mail but then I couldn't send it.  I put in the
>>> password but it kept rejecting it so I went in to account settings
>>> and something got screwed up when I did that because now I can send
>>> mail but I can't receive it.  I can get it on my phone and go to the
>>> website but it's not downloading into my inbox in Thunderbird.  What
>>> happens when I open Thunderbird, it does nothing and then a few
>>> minutes later, it says the pop3 server has timed out.  I'm in the
>>> view window where I could go to the different boxes.  Jaws doesn't
>>> speak while I'm in account settings so I don't know if I hit
>>> something accidentally or not.  If someone can offer any assistance
>>> on how to get my mail coming back into Thunderbird, I would greatly
>>> appreciate it.  Simple instructions please! Thanks in advance.
>>>
>>> Shelly
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>
>
>
>
>

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Re: Attachments in emails

Ann Parsons
 

Hi all,

Email may say it's from your mother, but it may not be. Safer to download files, not open them.

Ann P.


Original message:

Hi Ann,
My mail is always downloaded from my pop 3 server before I read it.
So whatr's wrong with opening attachments in this case?
-----Original Message-----
From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Ann
Parsons
Sent: August 11, 2021 2:58 PM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Attachments in emails
Hi all,
Gene, it is more dangerous to open a file while it is still on the web.
If you download it, you have more control over it. If you open it from your
email, no matter who sends it, even if it is your mother, you're connected
to the net while you're viewing the file. this is not good.
I always save attachments.
Ann P.
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Skype: Putertutor

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Not all those who wander are lost."


Re: Thunderbird Issue

Ron Canazzi
 

Hi Shelly,

The compacting feaqture is not necessary. I have mine turned off under general settings. You don't need that unless Thunderbird detects you are running out of disk space. Actually, I have seen it even with large disk  capacity hard drives, so I am not really sure what triggers it.

On 8/12/2021 3:02 AM, Shelly Kane wrote:
Ron:


Yes, after I read your email, I tried accessing the account settings again and I pressed Insert Z and everything worked fine. I do have one question, since I'm now using an iMap account, whenever I delete my messages from Thunderbird, I'm not getting that dialogue box about compacting folders.  Is that OK?

Shelly

On 8/10/2021 9:25 AM, Ron Canazzi wrote:
Hi Shelly,

Can you access your account settings at all? If not, did you try turning off the virtual PC cursor in JAWS with insert + Z and then trying to navigate with up/down arrow keys in the tree view and/or tab and shift tab with the tab keys?  do you have the proper port settings for your account?
For incoming mail the port setting is 995 and for outgoing the port setting is 465.

for security the connection security is SSL/TLS     and authentication method is normal password.

If you cannot access these settings with JAWS you will need sighted help to set these ports and security settings correctly.



On 8/10/2021 5:32 AM, Shelly Kane wrote:
    Hi Group:


I thought I would post this here to see if different opinions come in.  On Wednesday, I changed my gmail password because it hasn't been done in 8 years and thought it was time.  After I changed it, I was able to receive mail but then I couldn't send it.  I put in the password but it kept rejecting it so I went in to account settings and something got screwed up when I did that because now I can send mail but I can't receive it.  I can get it on my phone and go to the website but it's not downloading into my inbox in Thunderbird.  What happens when I open Thunderbird, it does nothing and then a few minutes later, it says the pop3 server has timed out.  I'm in the view window where I could go to the different boxes.  Jaws doesn't speak while I'm in account settings so I don't know if I hit something accidentally or not.  If someone can offer any assistance on how to get my mail coming back into Thunderbird, I would greatly appreciate it.  Simple instructions please! Thanks in advance.

Shelly







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Re: Thunderbird Issue

Gene
 

Yes.  When you make a change using one device, that change is shown on all devices.  That is one of the main reasons people use IMAP, that you can look at and delete or move or whatever you want, messages and on another device, such as a computer, you will see exactly the same thing, reflecting anything you did on  the other device.  If you look at your messages and delete the ones you have read during the day using your phone, then in the evening, you look at messages using your computer, you won’t see the messages you have already read on  your phone. 
 
Gene

-----Original Message-----
Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2021 1:58 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Thunderbird Issue
 

Hi Group:

 

The Thunderbird issue has finally been solved.  Curtis, thank you for letting me know that the port number could be off just by hitting the arrow keys.  That's exactly what it was.  I decided to get an iMap account set up and I needed sighted help for that.  We had no problem setting it up on Google but when we got to Thunderbird, it took some time.  We finally got it and everything seems to be working for the moment.  Hopefully this won't happen again.  Thanks for trying to assist me.  I am very glad this group is here.  I do have one more question, with iMap, the messages are on my phone and computer.  If I delete the messages on my phone, will that delete them on the computer?  Thanks again.

Shelly

On 8/10/2021 3:54 AM, Gene wrote:
I’m not sure how to solve your problem.  I can tell you how to avoid unnecessary problems of this sort in the first place. 
 
Don’t make trouble and inconvenience for yourself for no reason.  there may be sites where changing a password over time may be advisable but I don’t know that.  If your password is adequate, that is strong as that is defined, and nothing has happened on a site, I don’t see why it should be changed.  As far as I know, Just having a password for a period of time doesn’t make it more dangerous.  Others may wish to comment.
 
In the case of GMail, you don’t need to worry unless your  password isn’t strong.  I doubt Google would have let you use one that isn’t strong.  I believe I was asked to change a very old password by Google years ago because it wasn’t strong.  I had set up my GMail account perhaps in the early 2000’s.  I would think Google wouldn’t have let you use a password that isn’t strong eight years ago. 
 
Google informs you if someone has signed into your account using an unknown device and you can tell Google if it is you.  this notice is routinely sent out whenever this happens.  Google also sends out a notice even if someone tries to log into your account with an unknown device and fails.  There is no reason to change the password just because time passes and if someone unsuccessfully tries to log in and fails, though your password is likely not known, you may wish to change it to be safer. 
 
Even when I sign into Gmail from an unknown location or using a device I haven’t signed in with before, Google notifies me and asks if it is me.
 
I hope you solve your problems soon.
 
Gene
-----Original Message-----
Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2021 4:32 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] Thunderbird Issue
 
    Hi Group:


I thought I would post this here to see if different opinions come in. 
On Wednesday, I changed my gmail password because it hasn't been done in
8 years and thought it was time.  After I changed it, I was able to
receive mail but then I couldn't send it.  I put in the password but it
kept rejecting it so I went in to account settings and something got
screwed up when I did that because now I can send mail but I can't
receive it.  I can get it on my phone and go to the website but it's not
downloading into my inbox in Thunderbird.  What happens when I open
Thunderbird, it does nothing and then a few minutes later, it says the
pop3 server has timed out.  I'm in the view window where I could go to
the different boxes.  Jaws doesn't speak while I'm in account settings
so I don't know if I hit something accidentally or not.  If someone can
offer any assistance on how to get my mail coming back into Thunderbird,
I would greatly appreciate it.  Simple instructions please!  Thanks in
advance.

Shelly





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